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J.O. & P.K. - U.S.A. said:
After studying the other tenses, the future perfect, future continuous and future perfect continuous are the most difficult forms to teach. The students need to have a command of the English language before learning these three forms. The lessons provided at the end of each lesson was helpful and gave me great ideas when the times comes to teaching my students the future tense. The future tense is a great way to engage students into perhaps thinking and perhaps, planning out their future. I would have my students write so they can take the time to understand and uses these forms. I would give them examples and have them separate each form into their proper category. My students will need activities and study time to truly grasp these forms. The other forms, such as perfect simple, present continuous, going to and future simple will be easier to teach. These forms are easier to grasp compared to the other forms. They are used more often and the students will be able to have a command of the English language. The future is the hardest tense to teach, this is a fact. My approach was the basic ESA method; I did this intuitively. However, I struggled teaching the other forms I had mentioned earlier in this overview. After this unit, and taking this test, I now feel comfortable teaching the future tense in all of its forms.